German Intelligence Spied on FBI, US Arms Companies, New York City Man Claims He Caught Three-Eyed Fish, Researchers May Have Found New Tomb in Great Pyramid: A.M. Links
(Nina Aldine Thune/Wikipedia)
- The foreign intelligence agency of Germany reportedly spied on the FBI as well as well as U.S. arms companies.
- Two nephews of Venzuelan President Nicolas Maduro were arrested in Haiti by agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration, which was running a drug smuggling sting operation.
- Police in Alabama have charged an 8-year-old boy for the alleged murder of a 1-year-old girl. The boy is accused of beating the infant to death because she wouldn't stop crying.
- University of Missouri-Columbia Professor Melissa Click offered a public apology for bullying a student journalist away from a public protest.
- A man in New York City says he caught a three-eyed fish in the Gowanus Canal.
- Researchers in Egypt say they may have found evidence of an undiscovered tomb in the Great Pyramid of Giza. Spoiler alert: it's full of grain.
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